In the report showcasing "The 14 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up", Sumo Logic was recognized as a strong performer. “Security information and event management (SIEM) capabilities alone are no longer sufficient for security operations teams. Today’s security analytics platforms combine features to enable analytics, investigation, automation, threat hunting, dashboards, and reporting to help security analysts be more effective.” - Allie Mellen, Senior Analyst, Forrester
In today’s highly federated and cloud-native world of distributed computing environments, it is essential for organizations to have visibility into their applications with a unified collection model. OpenTelemetry has emerged as the de facto standard for collecting logs, metrics, trace, and event (MELTs) data.
Application performance management (APM) and distributed tracing are practices that many teams have been using for years to help detect and mitigate performance issues within applications—while the first one was born in the era of big single-host monoliths, the latter is especially useful for distributed applications that use a microservices architecture, in which tracing is critical for pinpointing the source of performance issues.
Sumo Logic didn’t adapt to cloud computing, we started with it. Relying on siloed, complex, and expensive legacy solutions, such as Splunk, to deliver engaging and secure customer experiences just doesn’t work. Find out why enterprises are migrating to Sumo Logic’s unified cloud-native solution to modernize their approach to security and observability.
Consumers and users of applications expect near 100% availability and reliability to work, transact, collaborate, etc. There’s a lot of talk about monitoring the performance of the application itself, but what about the underlying systems and components supporting the app, and in particular the infrastructure it sits on?